Hyundai Elantra IV (2007-2010) fuse box diagrams & schemes

Years of production: 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Driver's side fuse panel

Hyundai Elantra IV Fuse box driver's side fuse panel

Inner panel fuse replacement

  • 1. Turn the ignition switch and all other switches off.
  • 2. Open the fuse panel cover.
  • 3. Pull the suspected fuse straight out. Use the removal tool provided on the main fuse box in the engine compartment.
  • 4. Check the removed fuse; replace it if it is blown.
  • 5. Push in a new fuse of the same rating, and make sure it fits tightly in the clips.

  • If you do not have a spare, use a fuse of the same rating from a circuit you may not need for operating the vehicle, such as the cigar lighter fuse.

    If the headlights or other electrical components do not work and the fuses are OK, check the fuse block in the engine compartment. If a fuse is blown, it must be replaced.

    DescriptionFuse ratingProtected component
    START10AIgnition lock switch, Antitheft alarm, Transaxle range switch
    A/CON SW10AA/C control module
    HTD MIRR10AOutside heated mirror motor
    SEAT HTR15ASeat warmer switch
    A/CON10ABlower relay, A/C control module, Sunroof control module
    HEAD LAMP10AHead lamp relay
    FR WIPER25AFront wiper relay
    RR WIPER15A(Spare)
    DRL15ADaytime running lamp unit
    WCS10AOccupant classification sensor
    P/WDW DR25APower window main switch, Rear power window switch(LH)
    CLOCK10ADigital clock, Audio
    C/LIGHTER15APower outlet
    DR LOCK20ASunroof control module, Door unlock/lock relay
    STOP15AStop lamp switch
    ROOM LP15ATrunk room lamp, Dome lamp, Map lamp, Digital clock, Home link
    T/LID15ATrunk lid relay
    SAFETY P/WDW25ASafety power window module
    P/WDW ASS25AFront & rear power window switch(RH), Power window main switch
    P/OUTLET15APower outlet
    T/SIG10AHazard switch
    A/BAG IND10AAirbag indicator(instrument cluster)
    CLUSTER10AInstrument cluster, EPS module, ESC switch
    A/BAG15ASRS control module
    TAIL RH10AHead lamp(RH), Glove box lamp, Rear combination lamp(RH), License lamp
    TAIL LH10AHead lamp(LH), Power window main switch, Rear combination lamp(LH), License lamp

    Engine compartment

    Hyundai Elantra IV Fuse box engine compartment
    DescriptionFuse ratingProtected component
    EPS80AEPS control module
    ABS.220AESC control module, ABS control module, Multi purpose check connector
    ABS.140AESC control module, ABS control module, Multi purpose check connector
    B+.150AInstrument panel junction box
    Fusible link RR HTD40AInstrument panel junction box
    BLOWER40ABlower relay
    C/FAN40ACondenser fan #1, 2 relay
    B+.250AInstrument panel junction box
    IGN.240AIgnition switch, Start relay
    IGN.130AIgnition switch
    ECU30AMain relay, ECM
    FR FOG15AFront fog lamp relay
    A/CON10AA/C relay
    HAZARD15AHazard switch, Hazard relay
    F/PUMP15AFuel pump relay
    INJ15AA/C relay, Fuel pump relay, Injector #1,2,3,4, ECM, Idle speed actuator etc.
    SNSR.210APulse generator 'A', 'B’, Stop lamp switch, Vehicle speed sensor etc.
    HORN15AHorn relay
    ABS10AESC control module, ABS control module, Multi purpose check connector
    B/UP10ABack up lamp switch, Transaxle range switch, Cruise control module
    H/LP LO RH10AHead lamp(RH)
    H/LP LO LH10AHead lamp(LH)
    H/LP HI20AHead lamp Hi relay
    SNSR.110AOxygen sensor, ECM, Mass air folw sensor etc.

    Information about the model

    Hyundai is one of the top-level commercial car companies in the world. This South Korean company was founded in 1967 and since then they have been offering high- performance vehicles to customers. Hyundai comprises different car lines and Elantra is one of them. Hyundai Elantra is also known as Avante. However, they don’t use this name much because it is similar to Audi’s Avant that offers station wagons. Fourth Generation Elantra is a compact car manufactured by the company. The car was launched in different countries including the US, Canada, Australia, and others.

    Hyundai Elantra IV: Fourth Generation

    Hyundai Elantra IV is a redesigned sedan that made its debut at the 2006 New York Auto Show. It was codenamed HD which was sold under the Avante name in the home market. It features a resurrected look from the 1960s and 1970s. This was called the coke bottle styling.

    It was equipped with a 2.0L Beta II gasoline inline-four engine and a 1.6L turbodised inline-four. Both the engine types were designed for fuel economy. The engines were equipped with a five-speed manual transmission along with an optional four-speed automatic.

    In Asia, the company launched a redesigned Elantra for the Chinese market. It featured a new interior design with a facelifted look. In the North American market, the car was offered in GLS trim. It featured active head restraints and all-round disc brakes. However, the car did lack an air conditioning system.

    In 2008, the company launched the Limited trim level. The car was no available in three trim levels including SE, GLS, and Limited. In 2009, USB interfaces and iPod became standard on the SE models. A year later, the company launched a Blue trim which was designed for fuel-efficiency. The company continued to improve the Hyundai Elantra IV till 2010, after which it was succeeded by Hyundai Elantra V.

    All Hyundai Elantra IV info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Hyundai Elantra IV (2007-2010) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
    Comments (3):

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    ~Jorge luis 22-07-2020
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    ~Jorge 22-07-2020
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